Travelodge Seattle North / Edmonds
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Purchased a new, smaller laptop for travel. Windows 8.1 is worthless without a touch screen. Need to load Lightroom so I can manage the hundreds of images I intend to capture in the Far East. Trying to round up all the accessories for international travel. Where's the proper electoral adapters for all my electronics. Oh, yes, and some appropriate and comfortable ...
... border big guy had to be tough and give us the once over including coming into the Journey for a visit. Too bad we had eaten most of the food or we would have invited him for lunch. Maybe next Journey. Once past the border we though a fitting end to the trip was a stop at Sonic for corndog and cherry limeade in Ferndale. It was a quick detour and then we were back on the road.
We did stop at Roy Robinson, the only Winnebago dealer ...
... Panama Canal. We watched a boat in the locks going to Lake Union which was about 10 feet different in depth. They also have a salmon ladder which is where the fish run upstream and up the ladder to get to the lake to spawn. We then had a good meal at Ray's in Ballard right on the water and headed back to my scotch bar which was jamming on Saturday night. Great Day.
We headed north on the Interstate 5 to Vancouver to drop the bike off at the shipping company 48 hours before our flight. We had arranged a bed and breakfast place through Airbnb.com that was only 5 minutes from the airport. We lucked out for an April ride and had sunny skies all the way to Richmond, BC. It was a fairly uneventful ride, except that the bike could only have a liter of fuel in the tank for ...
... the protection of the park. Some community members want people to vote no because taking more forests into the park means less working forests for logging businesses, which support the community. It's always interesting to find out what issues people are dealing with in different parts of the country.
As I drove through Port Angeles, I decided to drive up into Olympic National Park for a better look at the mountains. They are BEAUTIFUL!! They look ...